Mexico City Restaurants



Azul Condesa

Fodorite Reviews

Average Rating:  

Azul Condesa Review

When it comes to authentic Mexican food, chef and food historian Ricardo Munoz Zurita literally wrote the book: the Diccionario Enciclopedico De Gastronomia Mexicana (Encyclopedia of Mexican Food), that is. His first Mexico City restaurant, Cafe Azul y Oro, is on the national-university campus—a schlep. This second outpost, opened in January 2011 in the more accessiblechic Condesa district, makes it much easier to enjoy, say, beef drizzled in a smoky Oaxacan mole that takes three days to make; fish served in the Veracruz style; or ancient Mayan dishes. And then there's the sopa de tortilla, a tortilla soup so creamy, tangy, and flavorful that you might just dream about it for months. The down-to-earth fare is matched by a straightforward dining room with wooden tables and chairs, stone floors, and lots of plants and natural light.

Fodorite Reviews

Average Rating:  
  • Food  


    Como los auriculares Beats Pro están muy acolchados y tienen copas pivotantes para los oídos, obtendrás un efecto de eliminación de ruidos sin necesidad de interruptores ni baterías. La experiencia real de un monitor de estudio pero en unos auriculares.

    by cpe, 12/5/13

Add your own review


Travel Deals in Mexico City

View all travel deals
* Some taxes, fees additional

View more trip reports

View more travel discussions

· News & Features

View more blog stories